The End of Economic Man: An Introduction to Humanistic Economics

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W. W. Norton & Company, 2001 - 479 ページ
"In any future economics, George Brockway proposes, this concern will be reversed. Human beings will be more important that things, and what Carlyle quite properly called the dismal science will take on a new and humane aspect." "Like the good life it celebrates, the book requires thought and stimulates thought, starting with the Prologue, "Life Is Unfair. Why Should We Care?" Throughout the book original theory is intertwined with practical example, as in the chapter titled "Why the Trade Deficit Won't Go Away." Completely rewritten, this edition (the fourth) covers almost forty percent more ground than earlier editions."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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目次

Preface
9
Prologue Life Is Unfair Why Should We Care?
15
PART III
16
In the Beginning Is the Act
21
Why Economics Is Value Bound
29
Responsibility and Greed
42
PRINCIPLES OF ANY FUTURE ECONOMICS
63
1o Marginal Utility
203
Productivity vs Profitability
355
The Real Interest Fallacy and the Feds COLA
362
Inflation and Recession
375
The Death of NAIRU
392
PROSPECT
405
A Few Notes on the New Economy
407
A Few Notes on the New Finance
413
Why the Trade Deficit Wont Go Away
421

Saving and Investing
218
Micro Macro and Society
239
Money and Bankers
251
Speculation
278
International Trade
294
The Law of Comparative Advantage
329
General Equilibrium
337
On Being Fully Human
427
Epilogue We Are All Ends in Ourselves
441
References
443
Appendix Some Propositions Old and New
453
Index
455
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著者について (2001)

George P. Brockway writes a monthly column, "The Dismal Science," for the New Leader.

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